Photo credit: Dave Davidson – Prezography.com
Photo credit: Dave Davidson - Prezography.com
Photo credit: Dave Davidson – Prezography.com

(Sheldon, IA) The Republican Parties of O’Brien, Osceola, Sioux, Lyon, Plymouth, and Cherokee Counties today jointly announced that Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) will headline a multi county Northwest Iowa Republican fundraising event on Friday, April 24 at 7:30pm at the Lifelong Learning & Recreation Center on the Campus of Northwest Iowa Community College.

Since becoming Wisconsin’s 45th Governor in January of 2011, Walker has proposed reforms that have eliminated the state’s $3.6 billion budget deficit without raising taxes and gave school districts and local governments the tools to balance their budgets without massive layoffs. To date, these changes have saved Wisconsin taxpayers some $3 billion. Governor Walker has also cut taxes by $2 billion for individuals, families, farmers, seniors, and small businesses since taking office. On June 5, 2012, Scott Walker became the first governor in American history to win a recall election and he was reelected to a second term in November of 2014. Walker is married to Tonette and they have two sons in college – Matt and Alex.

In addition to keynote remarks from Governor Walker and a catered meal, guests will also hear remarks from Congressman King.

“Governor Walker has built quite a notable record of success in Wisconsin and as he tests the waters of a possible presidential bid, this event will be a great opportunity for Northwest Iowa Republicans to meet him and learn more about his ideas for the future,” said O’Brien County Supervisor Nancy McDowell, the Secretary of the O’Brien County Republicans and an organizer of the event. “From working to cut the size of government, cutting taxes, and creating jobs to fighting for better education and traditional Midwestern values, Scott Walker brings an impressive resume to the table and we are excited to have him keynote our six county Northwest Iowa Republican fundraising event in Sheldon on April 24.”

Event Details:

Who: Republican Parties of O’Brien, Osceola, Sioux, Lyon, Plymouth, and Cherokee Counties

What: Multi County Northwest Iowa Republican Fundraiser featuring Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker

When: Friday, April 24, 2015 with doors opening at 5:45pm, VIP Event starting at 6:30pm, Speakers at 7:30 pm

Where: Lifelong Learning & Recreation Center on the Campus of Northwest Iowa Community College located west of Sheldon on Highway 18

For more information and to purchase tickets: Tickets for the event, which will feature a catered meal, are: General Admission $40; College & H.S. Students $15; VIP $100; Scott Walker Table $300; and Steve King Table $200.  Tickets can be purchased by contacting Tom Farnsworth in O’Brien County at 712-348-0339; Mary Beltman in Osceola County at 712-490-8990; Josh Bakker in Lyon County at 712-470-4433; Mark Lundberg in Sioux County at 712-541-9195; Don Kass in Plymouth County at 712-540-4690, Todd Bevard in Cherokee County at 712-229-2549, or online at:  https://scottwalkernwiarepublicans.eventbrite.com

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  1. Walker is another fudger on child killing. Here he is in an interview Sunday:

    http://tinyurl.com/om88d47

    “Ultimately it’s her [a woman’s] choice?” Wallace asked.

    “Legally that’s what it is under the guidelines provided by the Supreme Court,” Walker said.

    “And would you change that law?” Wallace pressed.

    “That’s not a change you can make,” Walker said, adding that he believes there are other ways a president could advance a “pro-life” agenda without overturning the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision.

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